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by Michelle Anne Schingler

"PTL" is a fascinating study of the ignominious collapse of an evangelical empire. John Wigger’s "PTL" covers the famed Christian media empire of Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker. Theirs is a story of tremendous inventiveness, and of an even... Read More

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What Is Man

by Jeremiah Rood

The most insightful parts of the text explore how love can be easily misplaced. "What Is Man", from Mohan Perera and Rohan Perera, is a rich exploration of the human condition from psychological and faith perspectives. The authors, Mo... Read More

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The Confessions of St. Augustine

by Kristen Rabe

This is a clear, conversational presentation of a classic Christian work. In Naxos’s new audio recording of The Confessions of Saint Augustine, British actor Mark Meadows offers a compelling, earnest interpretation of one of the most... Read More

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Reflections on Mortality

by Thomas H. Brennan

"Reflections on Mortality" is a noteworthy addition to the literature about death and dying. Some books, as Francis Bacon remarked, should be chewed and digested. "Reflections on Mortality", a series of nineteen essays edited by Robert... Read More

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by Rebecca Foster

Hamilton invites readers of every stripe to apply the lessons he learned along Moses’s path in their own daily lives. In Moses: In the Footsteps of the Reluctant Prophet, pastor Adam Hamilton investigates “the single most important... Read More

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